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Old December 5th, 2006, 08:34 PM
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Take him to the vet, the toe could have been dislocated, they may still be able to fix, by triggering the joint(set back in place and inject something in to help it hold in place), in some cases it is better for the dog just to amputate the toe, they tend to heal very quickly after an amputation and it far less problems and pain for the dog then longterm constantly catching the bad toe on things and having pain and inflammation as a result,
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